Young musicians have the opportunity to learn a few tips from Beethoven’s playbook at an upcoming workshop.

A well-known face in Norfolk’s business community is poised to retire from a regional law firm, as he takes up a historic role.

An investigation is now under way into which off duty police dog reduced garden furniture to a pile of neatly-chewed foam rubber.

From colourful paintings to beautiful sculptures - a special exhibition is giving people a taste of the artwork that will be on show at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios.

St George’s Day was marked in style in King’s Lynn today, as more than 500 children and adults took the streets for the town’s annual St George’s Day parade.

More than 500 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and leaders from all over north Norfolk took part in a St George’s Day parade through Sheringham on Sunday, heading from the town recreation ground to St Peter’s Church for a service on the theme of dragons.

Maybe the least celebrated of the British patron saints’ days, England’s St George’s Day falls on April 23but the day also marks another important day in English history and culture.

A man who last conquered the London Marathon over 10 years ago is to run again following the unexpected death of his wife.

The search is on to find a group of expectant mothers to take part in a new theatre performance for this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

A Swaffham piper saved the day when a marching band was unable to fulfil its promise to lead an annual parade of 500 Scouts from all over north Norfolk.

A network of businesses showed their support for a Norfolk-based charity for those facing breast reconstruction surgery with a baking competition.

Daredevils and thrill-seekers from around the county are being urged to take a leap of faith to raise money for a Norfolk-based cancer charity.

The rising price of fuel has helped drive a 6pc increase in the cost of farming in recent months, according to inflation figures compiled by a Norfolk-based purchasing group.

While most performers want their audience members to stay awake during their productions, one Norwich choir will be providing people with beds and encouraging them to fall into the arms of sleep next month.

Russell Kane and Mark Watson are among the big comedy names that have been announced for the this years Laugh In The Park Festival.

Traffic cops took to social media with a quiz to see how many people could guess how many unlicensed and uninsured drivers they nabbed in March.

Tourism businesses must respond to customers’ appetite for totally immersive holiday experiences, writes Philippa Harris, managing director of Take One Media.

Tributes have been paid to a woman who worked for 35 years in the schools system in Aylsham, despite losing her hearing at the age of seven.

Hidden away on a leafy hillside in Norwich, with far-reaching views over the north and east of the city, an impressive home with an intriguing history is waiting to be enjoyed again.

It has a top speed of more than 180mph and is a stunning sports car likely to adorn wall space in bedrooms of teenagers throughout the county.

The Spring Fling gave young children a starting point in their farming education – but how can the industry maintain their interest through high school, university and into increasingly technical careers? CHRIS HILL reports.

John Grose is celebrating more success in the national Motability dealer awards which recognise outstanding customer service.

East Anglia basked in its hottest March since 1938 last month – with temperatures reaching 20.7C in some parts of the region.

The owner of a Norwich chippy said it felt “amazing” to have been crowned VisitEngland’s Tourism Superstar.

A more positive report by watchdogs into the state of Norfolk County Council’s children’s services could help to tackle recruitment struggles, the department’s boss has said.

Cat’s husband has already had a kidney transplant, one day her son could need one too. Her response? To run. This month the woman who skipped school PE lessons if they involved running, tackles the London Marathon.

Festival fans will have the chance to watch the likes of Queen, Amy Winehouse and Kings of Leon live in Norfolk this summer - well, nearly.

A father-of-eight and former heavy smoker is attempting to run 837 miles in world record time after being inspired by Sir Mo Farah.

A bid to turn a closed Norwich pub into student flats has sparked an objection by the city branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.

A countdown has been triggered for the community to safeguard the future of the Number 12 pub in Norwich after Enterprise Inns announced their intention to offload it.

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